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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 27 May 1847

". • mM^m^m»imn X This gallant ybnng offiwr whb fired the Cre. olditnder the very gnns;^ the Castle pf Su Juan de Ulloa, and afterwards was taken prig. oner j by the enemy whife reconnoitering the Castfe, Ustffl'a^ptive, tffalijfe, mMerico,^ For |a time he was immured in the cistkof Perote, bnt when that place was abandi med he was Removed, nobody know? where. Sin« his capture upwards pf 10,000 Mexican prison, era have been released' , and yet strange to sty, all efforts to procure the hberty of this intrep. ' id officer^have provedabprtivb. Such i!onao4' displays bnt very little national magnuriinh} orhbnor. The Secretary!of t^eNavy, shobss been; very^tive in procuring his reletse, threatens the severest reiribution,if 1 e is not ^ 800n| P™ "P-'' ' ' "jl/"H ¦ '¦: ¦" ' S&" Majs. Gaines, Boreland, and Cassinj M. Clay, are still prison^itsini Mexico, notwithstanding tha^ arrangemeftts were made for their release by GenJTaylorfi Bniena Vista SncH bad faith, to say nothing...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 27 May 1847

Late SklmpvrUuA tkmn Vei-m Cm. FroSt law Naw Orleaaa Delta, 11th li at. 'General Scott.has determined to push on to the City of Mexico, without waiting for reinforcements or supplies. He has alopted the policy of Cortex, whb, two hundred years ago, on the very shore now occupied by < ur troops, collected together his ships, and in tl te presence of his little army, burnt the whole fleet, by which alone they could ever hope ti retnrr^across the raging sea they had just travelled. So Gen. Scott,- with bis small brave army. drops his base of operations at Jalapa, and without a reserve or line of communications, pushes on towards the city, of wliichhehas, ere this, become a second conqueror. He left Jalapa with but eight thousand men. Of those three thousand are volunteers, whose term will expire about the time he, reaches/the capital Pnebla has already sent hi a deputation to snrrender that noble city. If a warlike population of eighty thousan I such as that of the ancient...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 27 May 1847

ArrlTal If the Brltammla. The steamship pritannia arrived at Boston at midnight on Sunday week/twelve and a half days from Liverplol The following is asummary of herintelBgenco:— Tbert had been considerable fluctuations in the grain market <t butat the last advices prices bad an upward tendency. The cotton market has declined, and ijales consequently diminished. The potato blight has reappeared in the neighborhood of Belfast. O'Connell is sinking dafljrL The accounts which come to hand through the medium of the French papers slfcw that his earthly career is drawing to a clos|. The Government education scheme has passed to a third reading in the House of Commons, after a three nig|ts' debate, almost without -opposition. g A few days age, not fewer than two thousand emigrants sailed from Hamburg for New York. In some parts of fjbe country emigration ls'carried on to almost^ an alarming extent; whole villages go away |n masse, and entire districts become depopulated. The...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 27 May 1847

-*! :>r'^'<iisisj||^iasu*r. - The Delta h|s been informed that a aespstcn waxtrsnsmi ttedtolGeo^Csdwalkder.^rtoing m^^je^ Os^'fl^' ;^^ ..Present con*- - mania. s ' ' The same papeipublishes a letter from Col Lane, refuting th|charges relative to the alledgedmiseonduclof one of the Indian regiments, at the Batfle of Buena Vista, confirming the statement heretofore made by Gen. Lane, who commanded the brigade. There seems to be doubts of the onward movements of Gesjeral Scott, notwithstanding the utdUsenee Mbugbt by General Pillow. UeutCol. May| had been enthusiasticany received at the various public places of New ¦ Orleans. I - ' Mr. Black, lattfU. S. Consul at the cit? of , Mexico, atates thtU when he left the capital so mnch confusions prevailed that no idea could be formed what w|rold take place. The govi emment; howevprlhad decided to remove to 1 Loios, a hundredjeagues distant, when our ar-, my reached the v»sivity. This was before the : battle of Cerro Gordo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 27 May 1847

'. Frwta ficm. Tmyle*'* ,Irmy. ¦ . , , _ ¦ By the arrival at New Orleans c f the schooner Sarah, Capt. Eldridgb, four <ays from the Brazos, tbe> iv Q/Delta, and PL ayune of the 11th inst.arein receipt of latci intelligence from General Taylor's army. We make the following extracts from the eorreipondence of theDrito. -r ; } . Bce>a Vista, Mexico, April, 12. Eds. Delta: We are doubtful as to whether the rainy seasort has ebmmene id or not, but fore week or two back it; has rained every night • S" - ' .1 - Yesterday one of our fbragin 5 parties reported that they came insight of a small body of lancers.} The Mexicans initlecity assure ns that wei shall have another iSg ati with their troops, hut little expectation is sntertained of a__TMseeiM their lines of swartl yjfaces darkeb^ fateful field. OurHne or pickets only extends tp| Ague Nneva_.some fift ieh miles from here. NMhing has been; report* I by the picketa statioiefd.:-^ere, andjitmayj jej fairly prera...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 27 May 1847

of : " . ^la«Bew Orleans papers -the 11th, con- ' iaifl a«h« foBowing addrt|onal items of news frbts Gen-Scott and Mexico: AehiTeafamd entofth| Drito, wrr^ : Jah^ eM that the8w«iAh(>m«d,whoh* jest arrrredfrem Mexico; reports that preparatioeetwem beiMmade tp,.remote ^ the seat of Goveramenito Crdaya, i| ease oer amy mar-: ches to the;ei^ ;:;The:<rise of the; removal of ear own ginuimmA. froaa piaee to pkoe, duriog tV War with Engk^ubited by th. leading men in favor - of thi| ^tv £H« ajao atates thai be visited Santa AnsjaatCrixaba , aadob' '.iajbed fnsn lum a Mjspert U eeme dawn. Be hiUWtathowaoT^with aim, Dadry*- Ta2wi)ected. Hi^ uf^sse^xK fee»«ieri';jl!rd*aVe re^^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 27 May 1847

{Federal "Lie" "OwnedUp," The "Federal organ" of this place, which has hcon wonderfully annoyed of late because we have seen fit to expose some. of the faults of its "ruin" candidate, and especially his vote for a tax on tea and coffee, was out again last week brim full «f indignation, because we had propounded some questions in connection with the*: subject that compelled it • to either acknowledge the allegation true, or deny it in the face of the most incontrovertible truths.? The predicament we knew to be an unpleasant one, and we are not surprised that our neighbor became considerably, " stirred up" by being thus drawnanto a correct answer. But as there was: no backing outt, after prating for awhile a-, bout " infamous.falsehoods," "positive testir mony," "miserablp subterfuges," "prevarication" and the like choice phrases, he atlength " oirncd up" all wie desired—jwhat, in» fact, he, has; been laboring for weeks, with a real worthy a better cause, to disprove. We say l...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 27 May 1847

- i, . ' I . . ! ' A U. S. Senator Dead.—Hon. Jesse Speioiit, U. S. Senator from Mississippi, died at bis residence in Lownds, on the 1st inst.— He was a native of North Carolina, had resided in Mississippi, about ten years, and raised himself, by his own exertions and strict Democratic principles, to a seat in the U. S. Senate. His term of office, did not expire until 1851.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 27 May 1847

Tbe Conn try and tbe Tariff. Our readers will all remember the terrible hue-and-cry Set up by: our Federal cbtemporary of the Register, immediately after the repeal of the" Tariff of 1842. • The.cojantry was to be ruined at once, and no, mistake. The price'of labor, in less than six months, was t^f be reduced to a standard With the pauper labor of Europe, the farmer's produce [was to roj in j his garners for want of a home market, man^' ufacturing Was to -cba'se, the shafts of coaj mines were tp be closed, and- the fires of the ( . : ^ \ - ¦: . . 1 ' .1 furnaces to go out—rin short, every department of business, even governmentitself, was to languish, and finally be buried beneath the general wreck and! " ruin'I of that hydra,] known iq the vocabulary of Federal slan^ as .j the monstrous British Tariff?' ' ¦¦ But how have these predictions been fulfilled? Is the country " ruined ?" Is the pried Ot! labor cut down ? Do the products of agri-.culture find no market? Have mining...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 27 May 1847

gg*Tui following pungent paragraphfrpm s correspondent of the Boston^ Post> hits off admirably tie scheming of desperate partisans t0 make capital Vat of the well won- honors of 6en. Taylof.' He is speaking of the nomina* tion of Gen|Taylorfor.President and Corwin for Vice President: ' . There's a!team for your-tho antidote and the bane dole up in the package I ; Taylor for ins natriotsl-Corwin for the traitors! Tajjlor ?V the fighing boys—Gerwin for the eowbrws, ;ho,deUMtb,give'aidand comfort' tolhe enemv 1 Tivlor for the skve-holders—Corwin for the kbolitionists! Taylor for the free-L Ja«—filrwin for the monopolists, the man ufacturer* and money mongers! Taylor (for the anti-hatfc and hard monoy-iCorwin for the corporators and rag barons«.: Truly this tleket is worthy the ingbnuity of the cutest pedlar thatfover left your goodly city with his cart filled wM» notions. ' There s ware for eyem«rkcb | ribbon for nearly every customrymB* a «r 1 — ; ' . ^0 « Broagtii About" t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 27 May 1847

I ..! Federal Absuadomsaeat. > It is highly gratifying to every true Democrat to see how the Federalists, or as they call themselves, Whigs, have given up the great njeasufes for which they contended, one after a|iother,.until they have not one left on.which t| appeal to the people for support. They put forth their whole power to sustain the Bank of nie United States—excited the community almost to revolution—denounced the patriot Jackson for bis opposition to it, as the greatest mint on the face of the earth, and cried bnt for a Brutus to assassinate him to save the liberties of the country, and by the violence'of their philippics, instigated the maniac Lawrence to make the attempt. Even this institution, the god of their idolatry, has been probtounced by the god-like Daniel himself, as an tijbsolete idea, and the small fry about the bank counters and counting rooms, \ho prated like ujocking birds,",of currency, and the regulation; oj the exchanges by a Bank >f ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 27 May 1847

j The Anti-Renters. J Fresh outrages have occurred in Columbia ^ounty—barns have been burnt, men fired at. find all the old feudal utbreaks, which have disfigured the annals of Europe in centuries last, have again occurred in our eommu|oity of { jaws. Our worthy Whig Governor begijis now fo discover that he has paid dearly for his elevation, and has, by his. pardon of the Anti-Jtcnters, given encouragement for fresh viob-|ions of law. As yet, nothing but proclamations and rewards have been resorted to, and tjhe Sheriff who has process against the offen-| crs. fear/> to serve it upon them; their threats ire loudV and their acts incendiary. Governor 'JYright/wben the rebellion in several counties fas at its height, called ont the ample power (if the State, arrested the ringleaders, brouebt them to trial, and those convicted of murder fie imprisoned for life, and others were nroncrlv punished, and his vindication of the law had | he happiest effect in putting down, the r...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 27 May 1847

ftrrwrttatmnitg- | •.' -1 ^Jusmw, d;l. •.: - Attorney, at taw,- Officejui Turnpike et« two doors Bast pi Bontiby ai Read's Drug Store. Montroee, Msy'»,|l847> ',; ¦¦' i ' - -u'» ^^8^«aUllT|>pCOiriri, |T M. ' ! PtlBUCKOTICB^herebygUenihatin pursuance of,a Writ of Partitim found from the OrphanaPourt of said County, land to me Mijecied, en Inquest wilHJbe held for irMkinE partitions pf the Real Eriaie of Jsbex Hyde, late of Rush m#nship. in ikid County deceased, among jhe widow and heirt of the jsaid Jsbex Hyde- deceased, on itie thirty first dhjr of July next, ajull o'clock in the forenoon, op the prem-: ises in Rush township according to the act of Assembly in such case made' and "provided. Smd Real Ekmte it described, as follows Mo wit:— ' The Homestead'—containing one! hundred & sixty one >c:i n, sixiy 0nl »o^f five tenth perehes,... ,| • The Samuel Hill Lot.' «<tjoiningthe above.h. d r-ontatntnp twlir-n .iir.-^ f!<-r».!i and thirty si...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 27 May 1847

NEW DRY GOODS. 4T H. BDRRIT1 'S, may |e found a Isrge end moat desirable assortment of Dry Goods, consisting in part f; IN LADIES DRESS <%OODS—of rich enltcoes, Frpnch n'hd Ertgli.h Ginghams <>t superior style».Gini:hiiWi nnd Printed Lawns, Aluslin de Lanet nt 1?[rental >nid upwards, Pinned BareEe". Fancy Siliu| *:. including ih'e newest styles. ." jf f . '; INsummer^hawl' s—Rich Silk. De Lane, Siradilla, Barege, end fan' cy Net Shawls and Srnrfs. very cheap. OF the inrije kind, of Susquehanna County growth, and Timothy Seed. W snle by ;k Hj BURRITT. ' ¦—-r-t ji 1 1-1 AAA YDS. Summer (Jlothls, chenpent ,vy \J in Town fjoii sale by | . ] i j 1 /. JLyoTts. iiaflill YDsi- He^vyd Sheeting- at 8 9 W W cenu per1, Yd^for cash, for tale *V j | /. Lyons. INBONNETSJr j Florence Braid, China Pearl ana Cbburgh Fancy; Plain Straw, Lawn and Gontmon Fancy Bonnets, with Rich Ribbons, Trimminrs, and Flowers, at reduced prices. ' , INPARA§OLs\—\ A splendi.l assortm...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 27 May 1847

WMWl^pBO* THE auhserihers are now rl-eiying their assort men t of I t \ SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS! r<> whicn tltey inviie nreniionJ; 1 Produce ot most kmda wmfrd lin exchange lor Goods. We wish II distinctly wtderstood th»t We are dot anxious SoseirGoods excejtt for BE*»V-PAT. \ I "MUti * SAennan.' <5 Montrose. Mav 20 1847. ! 20 8w NEW; ARRANGEMENT. LATHROP & CHAP-MAN, FARMERS EXCHANGE! ; i SPilHpVILLE, Pa. j I THE Subscribers would respectfully' give notice :o the public that jbey are receiving a new and complere ajsortmeot of SPRING & SUMMER GOODS, all of which they will exchange for «ny kind of produce, that tbe public are generally aecuatoined to traffic in. f t > ¦'%'/ Thev feel assured that thev |are; prepared to rompeie wHrfany ot those thai a4 engaged in the ' Rag Trade' • our frien'sin ll^jUAennoe (o the contrary notwithstanding.'% We sell for the profit and no humbug. Call a nd prove fur yourselves—we do not eodorse|tbe| 10 per...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 27 May 1847

JfEW GOODS. vh B. CHANDLER, &. CO. are now receiving If . a large and well selected addition to their stock of Goods, to which they would invite the al tent ion of purchasers. I: ! ,- . . [Their stock is now quite large,and they are determined that for Cash J Barter {or on approved credit they will sell at least as low as any establishment in the County. : Montrose', May 20, 1847. 1 MERKfAN, French and English Cloths 1%. and CJisHimeres. Saiins and fancy Vest ings for sale by • !'• j ' ¦ - - ; —. - ¦ ICkanjler <K<7o. PRINTS, a good nasortiment, American and English, very cheap, i,' ; [ Chandler & Co. CUMMER Stuffs, Tweeds Drills; Bro Linens j[ Chandler^ Co. GINGHAMS. Lawns, Delaines and other Dresg Goods. ,'. : • . ! Chandler &¦ Co. ;, i HEE MNGS, Bro. and; Bleached, a variety t-r at Chandler £ Go's. LEGHORN and Straw Bonnets, plain and fancy braid; Ribbons, Flowers &c. \ ChandlerSr,Co.y PARASOLS and Shades at , '~7^~ ' ' \Chan...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 27 May 1847

*tt ^—------ k.l"!~ , .-i.l:-1-'. V~—\'.'t" '' • , •?T*-"^"•V*^~f**!t"faj^»»»aw»- .^ffiQE&mtmi - - rT^B«i*»cTibe^ Mmt^^i^Mim i^^-maeii -'«/ . WMW JLtikaKll w^^ ~- . . at pries s wliich eahaet fail to b*satitTactory tw ! *H whb desire treat bi rgaina His stock men- 1 r^«ies>fullWortmentof I ;.J:_. |.^joeetrti"f:> ^"''--'"c|6dEEav> ..'•¦¦! '-'.?":-rdaWsia«t,'r-:''-' '""¦>?¦ "'TUimi£it^'r ¦ j • '1-->-*"^tj}SaiB*sD«etv'.: . ¦¦r---^SaWot»'-;.i'!--"''T " - ' L;- aO-w-ia^wtBiia, .jrinvB, ^I.,.._,., - .:;; ''! £jJB-waxt,' '• naat. ekeU' '¦' • M^l^^mUvidtXunmMaMimjp liev. JS 'S0m;,}: S .::t^ .*'p!'\ ^r^rte made for exhibitlne gwle, therefore donn f.i| u,, in m ^ciiil hw^Jf i»r« comimc raewbere. --.ir^ZJhhiittk*. I^?^W,'^B^^^BLBefsia^iaw ' 1 Cloth. Flax, Buttek Dried5 Arjntae. tat*. Qriih$m'feirtiBtJBifa v A - GOOD aaeortment of LadsM* shoaa, aligs) fX^gaiiei^ buhkinstChildrene' thee*, caefca Ptlmleaf Hats; Boys Car*, Umbtelja* . rata. ; solfc-^^...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 27 May 1847

PROCLA(w1ATION 1 ! li *>r&»oao Stttjlito. ¥7|THERBAS, Nature, hiving furniatwat* ? '?; the bead of Man. nocover'ing.wffiewBt to protect: it from the Winter's storm, or the burning ray t of Summer's sun.it is found highlyessential to his comfort and beauty,'that he provides himself with seme ataa^/aerie ealcalated to supply the deficiency. And, where** , prudence require* that every one, ahduld pur-. chase luch articles *s ttey may need, where ¦hoseequally good, ban be obtained at the it**. e«i.pric«j , therefore, be n xsoww, lothe mhah. itant* of Sutquehanpa County, and all cithsra whom U may.concern, (bit . , . j '" •- .WSaV 3*{afpgT,'A €^t-; ' '' Have, established tbhraaelves at the old itaad, one door south of the FAxms' "Storx,u where they intend to trwmifeur* , and keep cbnttaatly - on band, Hat* of every description. Inaddi^ 4ion to their unusually large stock of Hats hew^ on'band, and manuractbrcd at toeir establishment, W. M. P. & Co/bave just rec&am...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 27 May 1847

/ LEGHORN AND STRAW HATS.,. MENS and Boys double and single brim :.Leghorn;,ahioi American English aa« Coburg Straw, also American Suitaad Bahv OLdifferent qualities^ tor sate cbeesat WM.M.POST.rtCO'*. j GLAZED JCAPS. i-#C A DOZ. Afcnsand Boys, Bilk. Limn and tFwt> Coften Glazed Caps, of new and-baau tifulstyle*, cheaper than at any otbar ssMBlisbiMnt, may be found nt ,!'[ '-I Wm.3i Patt,et C*'«. - . ;j CLOTH eAPSi^.r PLAIN and fancy, made of light eloth, and suitable for summer, int .;....._'.:. „„„...,] " "&vX.-.- '¦¦ .- |-*»Tm..lt*^.4'iCe?i' - •:-'ly PALMLEAF HATS, ^ , O Feverj kind,arid .inany nuantitT. few . ^w at vy M,,1|, POST.t *lip's.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 27 May 1847

•'iilB^ H1R¥VQOOD« ' ]ta X HE Subteriberjwoold inform; the eitixsM of Moiiiro*e and vicinity, that heht* jutt re* turned.lrom Bnttoii and New York, with / .^:|K-«i^a*iJpy; worth! ofBry GoodtJwhich havebeeoperehae-: ed for path, since tile reduction of the.Taiiff!l and Will be told from 25 to 50 per cehC lei* thnni^prtne-price*;; j' ->'" -;"?;«;"*-#«-ye-f¦-. . MERCHANTS idpartieolan :wjH^0nd;it to theirjiuterett, to call,#nd examine hi* stock, .be- "j fore veiling New Ycrt;-athelt'cbiindehi, bi» advahiage* are wiehjasto *nable| him toatll on belter term* tbau| they cen}buy>i»lie*r; .X6/%rCa» »ny •J^yfwWcSMll^aw end ofExcbaogeBuddma*. %- *'r?\-^~-,'>-¦¦ * ¦ ^mw '¦ W7 ^ w-m-r,^iBMRR^r-' fflpsl^pKliSrp^publSki » hereby cautior^ against eur-,X;.^jM^Mtfwrmto;mjBmJiss^^ Mftt'9ja^!iaf-Whte !l»!^«'*Wlw*.#.l*s^w« John B, Westcoit and Jeremiah Westeott, aa we^Wve. leceived no value for s«id rr^ aad r •redetermirrednottbpaythesair^ pel led by mw^^-^sfe, fc i^4M^ ¦ M-ffiV-...

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